© 2015 by Bull's Glass & Screen Center

Phone : (408) 725-4070 - Fax : (408) 725-2696
Email : info@bullsglass.com

Business Hours
Mon - Sat, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
 

Bull’s Glass Policies- Respect, Honesty & Courtesy

All orders are paid for in advance- No refund on special orders and custom size materials- All return must have receipt - Not responsible for any materials left over 30 days- we will gladly help you load your materials but we assume no responsibility for any damage that may occur to your materials or vehicle- No refund on hardware packages that have been opened- We assume no accountability for customer’s measurement on special parts or custom orders- In most instances it will be better to replace rather than repair- If you choose to have us repair there may be risk of glass breakage or scratching- In the rare chance this should occur- The customer will be made aware in advance and must sign they acknowledge responsibility for all material cost- Alarm system any attachments must also be reinstalled at customers expense- All job have tolerance of +/- 1/16” - By accepting this job you are accepting our policy - If you are unsatisfied for any reason, you must report to us within 24 hours by email- Due to the nature of our business all scheduled times are merely estimates and approximate. 

We are licensed, bonded and insured company  (Workers compensation, General liability). 

California Contractor  license No. is " 1031771".

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Address

1362 S De Anza Blvd,

San Jose, CA 95129

Typically when most people say glass, this is what they’re thinking of. Window glass has to be durable enough to withstand extremes of weather and temperature but allow in light and permit exterior visibility. Window glass may be plain, beveled or etched for a bold accent look. Bevels and etching are usually fixtures of main entries like front and back doors. Beveled glass is cut on a slant around the sides, providing a gem-like appearance when viewed at an angle, while etched glass has a design burned into the glass. Frosted glass is essentially etched glass without a pattern, or with the pattern traced in clear glass during the etching process.